21 December 2014

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Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that Pakistan is committed to peace in the region.

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He was addressing the Soft-Launching of Global Defence Exhibition IDEAS 2012 in Islamabad on Friday. The PM said that Pakistan does not harbour any aggressive designs against any state‚ but we are determined to defend our territorial integrity and safeguard our sovereignty. Gilani stressed the need to maintain a balance in conventional forces suitably backed by minimum credible deterrence. He said for this purpose Pakistan will continue to develop its military potential that guarantees peace with honour and dignity.The Prime Minister said we believe that military weakness invites aggression from stronger nations. He said our armed forces and the people of Pakistan continue to make monumental sacrifices for a better tomorrow. He urged the international community to support our efforts to bring peace back to the region as early as possible. The Prime Minister said our arms‚ ammunition and more complex products are of world class standards.

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